Popular rugby player saves three lives with organ donation decision

The York Press | Kate Liptrot

ADY Robinson died suddenly at the age of 36. His family has told of their pride that his decision to donate his organs has saved the lives of three people.

THE death of Adrian 'Ady' Robinson last year from meningitis left the very many people who knew him devastated.

So many wanted to pay their respects at the funeral of the popular 36-year-old rugby coach, that Holy Trinity Church in Stockton on the Forest was completely filled with mourners.

A man known for helping others, Ady (who is pictured below with his son Charlie on holiday in Australia) continued to do so, as on the year anniversary of his sudden death his family still receive letters about his decision to sign the register to donate his organs after he dies. Continue reading